TTT #147| Middle Grade Books On My TBR

We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s topic is questions I’d ask my favorite authors, but I’m not really feeling that one this week. So I’ve decided to change the topic. I’ve really been enjoying middle grade books lately, so today I’m going to talk about ten middle grade books on my TBR!

The Second Story – Neil Patrick Harris It’s actually surprising that I haven’t read this yet. The first Magic Misfits book was so much fun and I loved every minute of it. I need to read this soon, because the fourth and final book releases next month I believe.

Keeper of the Lost Cities – Shannon Messenger I hear nothing but amazing things about Keeper of the Lost Cities. Eight out of nine books have been published so far. Plenty of readers are crazy about these books and I’ll be reading this one in September.

A Pinch of Magic – Michelle Harrison The first thing that attracted to me to this book was the cover. Look how gorgeous it is! When the second one was almost published I saw this book everywhere. My boyfriend got me these two books for my birthday.

Click’d – Tamara Ireland Stone I’m a big fan of text messages and emails in books, so when I saw this one it made me smile. This cover is actually the paperback one and I love how colorful it is. I have a feeling Click’d will be a fast and fun read.

Winterhouse – Ben Guterson Again, this was a book I saw a friend read and thought sounded really interesting. A hotel filled with secrets? The covers are so cute and I’ll definitely be reading this trilogy when it’s winter again. Perfect book to curl up with on the couch.

Tilly and the Bookwanderers – Anna James I’ve been so excited about this one and should be ashamed I haven’t read it yet. Especially with the third book releasing soon. I would love to live in a bookshop and escape in the pages of my favorite stories.

The Haunting of Aveline Jones – Phil Hickes I recently got this one on Netgalley and think I’ll be reading it closer to Halloween. This cover is stunning and I have a feeling the story is going to be just as good!

The Unadoptables – Hana Tooke I noticed this book awhile ago and it sounded really interesting. The fact that it partially takes place in The Netherlands definitely caught my attention. I have a feeling this will be a fun adventure.

The Strangers – Margaret Peterson Haddix I was actually debating to read this one during middle grade May, but never got around to it. The Strangers is a middle grade suspense and sounds perfect for this upcoming season.

The Wild Path – Sarah R. Baughman I’ve read about equine therapy and think it’s something really interesting. The Wild Path actually isn’t out yet, but I have an ARC and can’t wait to dive in! I have a feeling it’s going to be a heartwarming story!

So these are ten middle grade books on my TBR that I hope to read really soon! If you’re a fan of middle grade, I’d love some more recommendations. I never have enough. Also, feel free to leave your links in the comments!

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8 thoughts on “TTT #147| Middle Grade Books On My TBR

  1. I like the topic you chose for today. I’ve been saying I need to try out more middle grade for such a long time now… I really don’t know what’s holding me back. They always seem so fun… and they have the most pretty covers! Do you have any you would recommend starting with?
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    1. One of my favorites is Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend. There are two books out in this series and the third is releasing this October if I remember correctly. If you want a spooky one Small Spaces by Katherine Arden is a good one!

    1. If you ever need more middle grade tips just let me know 🙂 I’ve read quite a few!

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